Alternatives to synthetic fungicides in controlling postharvest anthracnose and stem-end rot in mango

@inproceedings{Karunanayake2016AlternativesTS,
  title={Alternatives to synthetic fungicides in controlling postharvest anthracnose and stem-end rot in mango},
  author={Laleen Karunanayake and Ganga D. Sinniah and N. K. B. Adikaram and Charmalie Abayasekara},
  year={2016}
}
Effect of spraying of essential oils and passive modified atmosphere packaging on selected postharvest quality parameters and stem-end rot development in Mangifera indica (cultivar Karthakolomban)
Mangifera indica L. (cultivar Karthakolomban) is more prone to stem-end rot (SER) disease that causes substantial postharvest losses in quality as well as quantity. The objective of this study was to
Stem-end rot in major tropical and sub-tropical fruit species
TLDR
There is a possibility of a better understanding the host–pathogen or host-microbiota interactions within the stem-end region, leading to newer technologies as alternatives to toxic synthetic fungicides for the management of SER in fruits.
Pathogenicity of Stem-end Rot Associated Fungi Isolated from Karthakolomban Mango and Their Control by Spray and Fumigation Treatments with Selected Essential Oils
TLDR
The treatment strategies developed by this research could be commercialized as bio-safe SER control strategies in reducing postharvest losses of mango in the local and international trade.
Postharvest application of defence elicitors to managae anthracnose in mango fruit
TLDR
Results indicate that both Salicylic acid and Bion® can be used to control postharvest mango fruit loss due to anthracnose.
Effect of pre-harvest potassium chloride treatment on anthracnose disease development in harvested tomejc mango (mangifera indica l.) fruits
TLDR
2 g l-1 KCl could be recommended as a pre-harvest application to mango fruits to minimize post-Harvest inci-dences of anthracnose.
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